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In Topic: Hilarious little name generator.

16 April 2008 - 12:48 PM

They mispelled my code name:

"Your code name for this mission will be Iron Nightengale"

mush1k.gif I'm excited.
*kshht* come in Iron Nightingale.. *kshht*

So when's the mission start?

In Topic: The "SIG'D!" (but not really) Thread

02 January 2008 - 03:31 AM

Ranting about a sin:

Haha he stopped after that O_o

Just a hilarious smega joke:

Edit: just found another:

In Topic: Post your decorated tree!

20 December 2007 - 02:50 PM

Ooooh the trees are fun!
Me and some guildies in Scania: (like my rainbow ores?)

Me and a friend in Windia: (he proposed to me there, and then we both decided to move to Scania)

In Topic: Breaking: Hostage crisis at clinton campaign office.

01 December 2007 - 01:56 AM

QUOTE(NutMan @ Dec 1 2007, 01:32 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Despite the opinion programs on fox news being pro-republican, I highly doubt they would glorify this in anyway or praise this mans actions. Anyone who thinks that is insane.

They won't necessarily praise or glorify him, but I wouldn't be surprised if they provided a limited coverage on any situation such as this. I wouldn't be surprised if this happened: "Breaking news: a hostage situation caused turmoil for a Democratic hopeful's campaign. Moving on, this lady was just cooking in the kitchen when a bird defecated on her window, leaving a mark the shape of Jesus's face. 'I'll never wash it again,' stated the woman. It was truly.. a miracle."

So what.. it's fairly harsh and cynical.. but this is what Fox news seems like to me. Except, instead of bird poop, it'll be a chocolate spill or the darkening design on a wooden fence. I just wanted to exaggerate for added effect.

In Topic: Yummy, college.

01 December 2007 - 01:27 AM

Hm.. I didn't think about that before. I suppose I was trying to evoke a lighter style, but since I'm a very negative person, those just happened to slip in unintentionally.

I just figured that they get hundreds of thousands of applications that all sound pretty much the same, so if I wanted mine to stand out, I could use something obscure or unique to represent something ordinary. (I couldn't think of any actual obscure or unique qualities of mine; well, I mean, that they would want to accept someone for.)